LAKE POINT, Ga. – Jacksonville University baseball's Scott Dubrule earned ASUN Player of the Week honors after a stellar four games on the road.
The sophomore shortstop hit .500, with 12 RBI while recording four put outs and 11 assists in the field in one game at Florida State and three at USC Upstate. His five hits and seven runs batted in at USC Upstate Saturday tied program records for single game outputs.
"Scott has done a great job of being patient and getting good pitches to hit," said Head Coach Chris Hayes. "He has found a way to simplify his approach and it has really shown."
Dubrule is second on the team with a .335 batting average and 45 RBI, good third best in the ASUN. His bases clearing double on Saturday improved his season line to 3-7 with the bases loaded, and he is batting .356 with runners in scoring position this year.
It is the second player of the week honor for Dubrule, his first this season. He was named to the ASUN All-Freshman Team and ASUN All-Tournament Team last year. He joins Angel Camacho, a two-time player of the week and Tyler Santana, a one-time pitcher of the week, as Dolphins recognized by the conference this season.